74 Wallingford Road, Shillingford,
Wallingford, OX10 7EU
Sat in a private and secluded position down a quiet lane near the river Thames, High Trees offers all the luxuries of modern living with a compelling mix of fresh, light and contemporary spaces. The house has been completed modernised by its current owners and has been finished to an incredibly high standard. With access to the Thames via slipway any avid river goer would delight at the ease of getting on to the river. If you prefer the quiet life and would rather kick back on the sun soaked terrace, taking in the beautiful view over the south facing garden, High Trees won’t disappoint.
Shillingford is a popular village in South Oxfordshire that offers wonderful scenic walks, a Village Green and good Pub. The village is ideally located for commuting to London, Oxford or Reading, with Didcot Parkway rail station just over 8 miles away. The Barns is also well positioned for both the M40 and M4.
Wallingford is the nearest town, situated on the on the banks of the River Thames, with its desirable setting and attractive architecture, this is market town living at its finest. Bordered by the rolling Chilterns on one side and the magnificent Berkshire Downs on the other, it’s an idyllic spot with inexhaustible options for lovers of the outdoors. With its large open market square and famous castle ruins, this bustling market town is suffused in history. But what you might not know is that contemporary Wallingford is home to a fresh and energetic vibe, stoked by some great independent shopping, a sparkling array of dining options and a thriving café culture. As well as great leisure facilities and abundant footpaths, the town is fast becoming South Oxfordshire’s most sought after small town.
There is a wide choice of excellent schools, both state and private within the area.
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